In 2018 Elixir.LDN is changing to Code Elixir

Welcome to Code Sync Conferences!

In 2018, we are rebranding Elixir.LDN to Code Elixir. The 2018 conference, which will be on 16 August, will still be all about Elixir and will still deliver cutting-edge and insightful Elixir talks. By fusing all the conferences we run (see below) under a unified brand called Code Sync, we will be able to develop, expand and continue to improve our Elixir conference in London.

 

Code Sync - Learn. Share. Inspire.

Code Sync will combine the following conferences we produce under a unified brand:

  • Code Elixir (formerly Elixir.LDN)
  • Code BEAM SF (Formerly Erlang and Elixir Factory San Francisco)
  • Code BEAM STO (Formerly the Erlang User Conference)
  • Code Mesh (no name change)

The very first Code Sync conference is Code BEAM SF which is taking place in San Francisco between 15-16th March, we hope to see some of you there!

We are happy to answer any questions, simply get in touch info@codesync.global.

Lightning Talks

 

The following Lightning talks were given at Elixir.LDN 2017:

Steven Blowers - Creating a Microsoft SQL Server Adaptor for Ecto 2.0

Watch this talk here.


We were in a position where we needed to dual-write to a Postgres and MS SQL server database. Unable to find an Ecto 2.0 adaptor for MS SQL, we decided to write our own!

Twitter: @shdblowers

Krzysztof Wende - Writing Type-safe Elixir Code With Elm's Syntax - Elchemy

Watch this talk here.


The purpose of this talk was to make the audience familiar with common fallacies of dynamic typing and a solution to them using a project utilizing Elm-like syntax to produce equivalent Elixir code.

More on Github.
And here.

Elliott Hilaire - Community Sheep Simulator

Watch this talk here.


Being a sheep is more fun with friends. We tested a sheep simulator made with Elixir.

Twitter: @elliotthilaire


Paul Wilson - Two Nerves Firmware Releases in One Umbrella Project: What Could Go Wrong?

Watch this talk here.


The Cultivate Biathlon bot used two PI Zeros: one for the Battle Bot and one for the Target. Paul used a single umbrella project for both firmwares, so that common components could be shared. What could go wrong?

Twitter: @paulanthonywils

Location

Venue

155 Bishopsgate

Liverpool St
London
EC2M 3YD

By underground from Liverpool Street:
Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City or Metropolitan Line.

For exits from all underground lines follow signs for Liverpool Street mainline station. Once on the main concourse of the mainline station, look for signs for Way out 1 (Bishopsgate West) located next to platform 14. Take the escalator or stairs up to street level and as you leave the station turn left.

Look for a large green archway, walk through the arch up the steps and walk along “Bishopsgate Arcade” keeping the shops on your left. Keep walking for 2 minutes past RBS and various shops including Space NK and EAT. Just past these is the entrance to 155 Bishopsgate on your left.

By train from Liverpool Street:
Follow directions as above from the main concourse.

By London Cycle Scheme:
There are many “Boris Bike” docking stations within minutes of Liverpool Street station including on Bishopsgate.

By Bus:
155 Bishopsgate is served by many bus routes including 388, 242, 149, 135, 78, 48, 47, 42, 35, 26 and 8.

Parking:
There are two NCP car parks within close proximity of the venue – One on Great Eastern Street (EC2A 3ER) and one on Clifton Street (EC2A 4JH). Please remember the venue sits within the congestion charge zone - for further information visit www.cclondon.com.

Programme Committee

Platinum Sponsors

uSwitch

Gold Sponsors

CultivateErlang Solutions

Silver Sponsors

FindMyPast

Media Sponsors

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